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Econ 100A: Introduction Thomas G. Koch Winter 2009 Thomas G. Koch Introduction 1(24)
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Econ 100A Should have already taken Econ 1, 2 OR 109 and PSTAT 5, Math 34A-B Thomas G. Koch Introduction 2(24)
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Lecture Slides posted on the course web site Topics per syllabus Attendance = Extra Credit Clickers Used for attendance, in-class questions Thomas G. Koch Introduction 3(24)
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Office Hours T and R, 2-3 PM North Hall 2013 E-mail koch.at.econ.ucsb.edu Administrative Questions Only! Thomas G. Koch Introduction 4(24)
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Sections Weekly sessions Go over homework problems Important Thomas G. Koch Introduction 5(24)
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Assessment Two Exams (25% each) One Final Exam (50%) Attendance (extra credit) Thomas G. Koch Introduction 6(24)
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GauchoSpace Home of course web page Slides, grades Available when you are registered Link on my web page—click on Teaching Thomas G. Koch Introduction 7(24)
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iClicker Buy clicker at bookstore Must register online Thomas G. Koch Introduction 8(24)
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